Gosforth


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Gosforth

(gŏz`fərth), town (1991 pop. 25,128), Newcastle upon Tyne metropolitan district, NE England. Formerly a coal-mining center, Gosforth has become a largely residential suburb of Newcastle.
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Profits made on the evening will be spent on improving the facilities at Gosforth Central Middle School, attended by 500 pupils in the local area.
Our two photographs were taken on Gosforth High Street, with the older image dating from March 24, 1977.
AS a motorist, cyclist, commuter and frequent shopper of Gosforth, I have read with interest the many letters and arguments for and against proposals to improve traffic flow and access to Gosforth High Street.
Almost every weekday we travel into Gosforth from the Bedlington area, using what I call the old North Road.
Of course I'm referring to the council's Gosforth Transport Improvements 2014 glossy pamphlet, that was circulated to residents on March 14.
MRS Brayson writes about Gosforth as a dreary city and unlike its former self.
TWO years ago over 20,000 people in Gosforth were asked what they would like to see happen in Gosforth regarding transport improvements.
SCHOOLS in the Gosforth area of Newcastle have teamed up to work together and share resources.
THE elected representatives of the three council wards that cover Gosforth are deeply concerned about Newcastle City Council's plans for changes to the Gosforth transport infrastructure.
Transport officials at Newcastle Council have denied they are set to enforce a new 20mph speed limit on Gosforth High Street with averagespeed cameras, but admitted there will be strict new parking changes.
I FEEL it's a shame, a real shame, that a Gosforth resident has resorted to disregarding the concerns of his own neighbourhood in order to establish himself a place in a newspaper.